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note You can use any device that supports IP networking, including computers running variations of UNIX, Macintoshes, or even the Xbox, on your network with your Windows computers, and some of them can even share files and printers with your Windows systems! However, any computer that does not have support in the Network Setup Wizard (including older versions of Windows) will require you to manually configure their networking settings in order to properly work with your Windows XP workgroup.
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To run the Network Setup Wizard from the CD, follow these steps:
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1 Insert the Windows XP installation CD into the computer you want to add
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2 When the Welcome To Microsoft Windows XP screen appears, select Perform Additional Tasks.
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3 On the Welcome To Microsoft Windows XP screen, select Set Up A Home
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4 Depending on the computer s version of Windows, the Network Setup Wizard might need to copy some additional files to your computer and restart it. Click Yes to continue.
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3: Network Connectivity
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10: Managing Network Connections
5 At this point, the Network Setup Wizard opens. Complete the wizard as you
did for the Windows XP computer. Follow the steps in Setting Up the Workgroup, page 294, for guidance.
Configuring Network Clients Manually
If you re using an earlier version of Windows that isn t compatible with the Network Setup Wizard, you can add those computers to the workgroup manually. However, you should use the Network Setup Wizard whenever possible because it ensures that your network clients are all configured in the same way and reduces the likelihood of connectivity problems. If you need to configure your computers manually or you just want to know what goes on behind the scenes of the Network Setup Wizard, follow these steps:
1 Choose Start, Control Panel, and open Network Connections. note Earlier versions of Windows use different arrangements of dialog boxes to configure
network connections. Refer to the documentation for your particular version of Windows to accomplish the tasks described in this section that apply to versions of Windows that can run the Network Setup Wizard (Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows XP).
2 In the right pane of the Network Connections window, right-click the net 10
work connection you want to configure, such as Local Area Connection, and choose Properties.
3 If Client For Microsoft Networks and File And Printer Sharing For Microsoft
Networks aren t listed on the General tab of the properties dialog box, click the Install button.
4 In the Select Network Component Type dialog box, shown in Figure 10-6,
select the Client option and click Add.
Figure 10-6. The Select Network Component Type dialog box allows you to add additional networking components.
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5 In the Select Network Client dialog box that appears, select Client For Microsoft
Networks, and click OK. The client software is installed for the connection.
6 On the General tab, click the Install button again. In the Select Network
Component Type dialog box, select Service and click Add.
7 In the Select Network Service dialog box, select File And Printer Sharing For
Microsoft Networks, and click OK. The service is installed for the connection.
8 Make sure the check boxes next to the client and service are selected, and
click OK.
note The client and service you just installed are needed for Windows XP to participate in a
workgroup. However, a properly configured IP address is also necessary. To review the IP address settings, double-click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) on the General tab of the properties dialog box.
If you are using a residential gateway device that provides DHCP services, configure all your computers to receive their IP configuration information automatically. If DHCP is not available, Windows 2000 and Windows XP will attempt to use Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) to configure these settings; however, if you are using any other operating systems on your network, APIPA will most likely fail, and you will have to manually configure these settings. See the next section for details. To learn more about configuring TCP/IP under Windows XP, see Configuring IP Settings in Windows XP, page 35.
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Changing the IP Configuration
When you run the Network Setup Wizard, if DHCP is unavailable APIPA is used to automatically avoid IP address conflicts with network clients. Computers in your workgroup are assigned an APIPA address in the 169.254.x.x range. Each computer receives a unique IP address, and a query method is used during setup to make sure that the IP address being assigned is not in use. If you want to manually assign different IP addresses to the clients in your workgroup, you can easily do so by selecting Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) on the General tab of the connection s properties dialog box and clicking Properties. However, you should seriously ask yourself why before doing so. APIPA is designed to service workgroups and was specifically developed for networks where no centralized DHCP server is in use. The fact is, manual IP address configuration can be complicated and problematic, so before changing your computer s automatic IP addressing to a static addressing scheme, keep the following points in mind:
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